The graph above illustrates the relationship between the Power Dissipated in an application versus the Thermal Efficiency of a given solution. The X Axis indicates the total amount of power to be removed, while the Y Axis can be defined as the relationship of thermal resistance with respect to total power, unit volume, and heat flux density. This tool serves as the starting point for solving thermal problems by narrowing the field of available solutions. Suitable technologies for an application can be identified by plotting the expected Power Dissipation on the X Axis and considering the entire range of intersecting Kingka thermal solutions along the Y Axis. Dependent upon the power used and the dynamics of the system configuration, there may be more than one appropriate cooling mechanism to solve your thermal problem.